What Is The Meaning Of The Sun Tarot Card

The Sun Tarot card exudes happiness and optimism. The source of all life on Earth is represented as a huge, brilliant sun that glows in the sky. Underneath, four sunflowers that stand for the Minor Arcana’s four suits and the four elements rise up above a brick wall.

A small child who is completely naked is perched on top of a serene white horse in the foreground. The child is a representation of the happiness that comes from connecting with your inner spirit, and his nakedness shows that he has nothing to hide and is pure and innocent like a young child. Additionally a symbol of strength and purity, the white horse.

What does the Sun represent in tarot decks?

The majority of people view this card favorably. It is considered to represent success, vitality, self-confidence, and feelings of satisfaction and fulfillment. It represents excellent things and successful resolutions to existing difficulties, earning it the moniker “the finest card in the Tarot” at times.

According to Waite, the card has the following tarot associations:


material success, a happy marriage, and contentment. The same in a lessened meaning when reversed.

What does the astrological Sun card stand for?

The Sun tarot card represents the Leo zodiac sign and is the nineteenth card in the Major Arcana. The closest star to Earth attracts attention to itself just as a Leo does in a crowd due to his captivating nature. The Sun, widely regarded as the finest card in the Major Arcana, represents wealth in all spheres of life.

The abundance, optimism, happiness, health, youth, positive ideas, love, energy, vigor, and manifestation are all represented by the Sun Tarot.

The Sun Tarot from the Rider Waite deck has a young, naked lad (the “son of the sun”) riding a white or gray horse without a saddle to signify mobility, progress, and direction (indicating that correct direction can be given by will and positive thinking alone). The boy is dressed with a red feather and a flower crown that symbolizes life (represents truth and justice). With his left hand, he is holding a big red banner, which represents victory and jubilation.

Sunflowers, the traditional flower signifying fame and riches, are in full bloom on a wall behind the youngster.

The “kid” inside of you is beckoned to come out and play by the enormous, yellow sun that is shining above him in an almost benign manner.

In a broad interpretation, good news is brought by The Sun rising. Since the dark times are behind us, everything is proceeding according to your wishes. Now is the moment to have self-assurance and to be more imaginative. Release the creativity and ingenuity you possess. Celebrate the brightness entering your life by being joyful.

You’ll be in fantastic physical and mental condition, and you’ll have a lucky disposition. Don’t pass up this opportunity to manage your circumstances and make the most of it.

The card may also portend the arrival of someone who will make it easier for you to view things clearly.

When the Sun Tarot card appears in reverse, its meaning is altered. It implies a decline in your inherent self-assurance and self-esteem. You have a negative, pessimistic outlook and question everything.

When The Sun appears in a business reading, it portends that you will be the business’s capable leader and that it will prosper. Those with paid employment will witness a terrific career start. You know exactly what you want to do, and with enough work, you can.

You might even inspire others and encourage them to give their all in their work.

A wonderful card to show up if you’re considering investing or launching a new business.

In a relationship reading, The Sun rising makes you feel secure, pampered, and adored. You two have a lovely rapport, and you feel free to disclose your innermost feelings to each other. You can plainly understand and “see” each other thanks to the sun’s brilliant brightness, which renders you “transparent” to one another. This is how relationships function best.

The presence of other cards, such as the 3 of Cups, 9 of Pentacles, The Empress, or Pages, could also portend the birth of a child.

And for singles, The Sun rising denotes that this is a perfect time to socialize since you will attract your soul mate with your beauty.

When the sun rises in a health reading, it denotes vigor and favorable psychological and physical conditions. In the meanwhile, it advises you to drink plenty of water if you spend too much time in the sun. Health concerns might range from minor ones like a fever or sunburn to major ones like dehydration or even skin cancer.

The sun tarot card: Is it favorable?

The Sun encourages us to see the silver lining in every situation and to keep in mind that bad times don’t continue forever. The sun is a benevolent force that illuminates its opposite when combined with other tarot cards. It will give the situation hope, life, and clarity.

The Sun and The Empress

Pregnancy is represented by The Sun and The Empress together. This card combination offers relief from infertility to those who have experienced it.

The Sun card indicates yes or no.

The Sun represents success, happiness, and fulfillment in your life. It represents your ability and achievement in all of your endeavors. Therefore, if the Sun card appears in a yes or no tarot reading, the answer to your questions is unquestionably a YES.

What spiritual meaning does the Sun have?

When the light begins to gather warmth and inspire new creation within the soil, a process that starts to take place in January, the spring season is known in the Western Celtic tradition as the return of the solar energy. Mother Earth must be in contact with either solar energy or the fire element for creation to occur.

In certain religions and cultures, the sun is regarded as a symbol of the highest cosmic energy or God and is frequently depicted as a father figure or male deity. Solar energy is frequently described as a pure masculine energy. Thus, for the new growth to occur, there must be a balance between the masculine and feminine forces.

It is challenging to find a harmonious balance of these two forces in today’s society. Instead, a specific type of masculine energy tends to predominate. This is a world where success and power are attained via effort, busyness, and the collection of information rather than insight. These are the ideals that are frequently emphasized in our consumerist culture. They are frequently viewed as the sign of achievement and the path to happiness, but frequently fleeting. However, what is lacking is the balancing of this predominately masculine energy with the feminine: spirituality, the sense of “beingness,” a connection to one’s inner self, God, and other people.

Those who speak gendered languages will be aware that nature is generally seen as feminine. La nature is the equivalent of nature in French. What can we learn about nature by observing it? We may undoubtedly acquire the skill of calm, persistence, patience, and progress from the natural world. Nature shows us how to simply “be.” Come forth into the light of things, let nature be your teacher, wrote William Wordsworth.

Nature is a wonderful teacher. Perhaps the reason why the feminine is continuously harmed is because the impure masculine energy continues to dominate. This applies to both nature, which has been continuously exploited and pillaged for decades in the name of development, as well as women in communities all over the world.

The primordial nature of the soul, according to the Brahma Kumaris’ teachings, is a perfect harmony of the masculine and feminine qualities. We might easily lose that inner balance in a world where gender is so conditioned and polarized.

When Prajapita Brahma, the organization’s founder, entrusted a group of young women with running the community in the late 1930s, he was ahead of his time. Recognizing the dominance of the masculine in society, he believed that the nurturing and caring energy of the feminine was particularly necessary to redress the balance. Since then, women have been in charge of the organization.

However, the process of reestablishing the world’s equilibrium and a peaceful coexistence with nature begins with each individual, not simply within organizations. The primary spiritual practice advocated by the Brahma Kumaris is meditation, which is said to be the key to connecting with the Divine. We are encouraged to think of the Divine or God as a being of light, similar to the sun, but to also think of it as the Mother and the Father. This makes it possible for every soul to acquire the entire complement of abilities and qualities required to meet the difficulties of the modern world as well as to make the world a better, more harmonious place in the future.

The Brahma Kumaris Environment Initiative Co-ordinator for the UK is Joanna Kitto, and she also oversees BK operations on the British Isle of Man.

What does the Sun card in a love reading mean?

The Sun brings warmth, light, and life. The Sun’s tarot love meaning predicts a lot of continuity in both your romantic life and your partnership. This card represents joy, celebration, and fulfillment. Under this illumination, your connection may be flourishing, bringing you two closer as you take pleasure in life’s blessings. There is probably harmony right now, and you can take advantage of this to strengthen your relationship with your loved one. If you’re single, now is also the moment to come forward and let your true colors show. Your brilliance and positivism can now attract the romantic relationship of your dreams to you.

What sign governs the sun?

Even while it isn’t exactly a “planet” per se, the moon is still a significant and temperamental astrological luminary. We typically associate loving and even “maternal” energies with Cancer, but we also recognize that some Cancer signs can lean melancholy. Crabby people, you are by nature the moon’s offspring. The moon is a feminine element that has the power to stir up turbulent emotional seas.

Leo ruling planet: the sun

The Northern Hemisphere’s hottest period of year occurs when the Sun is in this sign, according to Lang. “According to astrology, the sun stands for the way we illuminate the world. It’s how we display our uniqueness. Leo is a sign that favors artistic expression as well.”

What does the Sun represent emotionally?

How do I like them?

Yes, this individual likes you and will keep liking you as long as you are warm, witty, and upbeat.

Do I have a baby?

I would interpret The Sun as a card that indicates pregnancy, especially if you’re already trying for a child, even though Tarot is not a replacement for medical advice.

Will this partnership be sustained?

Yes, this partnership will last for some time to come.

Does this have a hopeful future?

Yes! The situation appears to have a bright future.

The Sun as a Negative, Weakness or Obstacle

There will be occasions when The Sun emerges in a Tarot reading in an unfavorable spread or position. The Sun’s brightness may cause us to become blind to the truth. You might be too preoccupied with the positive aspects of a circumstance, undertaking, or connection to notice any inconsistencies.

Another scenario is that you never feel satisfied with everything you accomplish. You might also lack gratitude for what others have done for you. You won’t ever be able to appreciate your blessings if you’re unable to notice them in your life.

The Sun as a Positive, Strength or Advantage

It’s not difficult to understand how The Sun might be a great card to get, making it easy to interpret it as a positive, strong, or advantage card in a Tarot spread.

When your final satisfaction is likely, the Sun will appear to be in your favor. No matter how bad things seem right now, you are meant for happiness, so you will always have something to look forward to in the future.

When you’re the kind of person that doesn’t give up at the first obstacle, the Sun can also manifest as a strength or an advantage. You’re likely to continue working hard and being optimistic.

I frequently see The Sun in readings where the question of a lover’s affections or honesty is present. Because it assures you that the other person is actually content to be in a relationship with you, the Sun will appear as a positive. They believe that the good times outweigh the bad.